Robot vacuums are already pretty great, but self-emptying models go one step further by removing the need to constantly empty the vacuum's built-in dust bin. The Shark IQ RV1001AE is one popular model that can charge itself and empty its own dust, and now you can get a refurbished model for just $269.99. By comparison, buying the same vacuum new from Amazon would cost you $439 right now.
Robot vacuums are one of the better things to come out of this era of technological innovation, but robot mops are some next-level business. This Eufy unit will both vacuum your carpets and mop your hardwood, and it's all the way down to just $320 today.
Vacuuming can be annoying, time-consuming, and very noisy. Luckily, all these attributes can be avoided with a robotic vacuum from Roomba. The Roomba 980 offers powerful cleaning capabilities, advanced auto-scheduling features, and a price tag that comes in at just $299 for certified refurbished units right now on Amazon.
Roborock has produced more than a few popular smart robot vacuums, like the Roborock S6 we gave an 8/10 in our review last year. CES is always full of new IoT products, and sure enough, Roborock is taking the (virtual) stage to reveal its new flagship vacuum: the Roborock S7.
Robot vacuums are great and all, but at some point, they still require human intervention. Sometimes they get caught on the charging cable you left on the floor, or smear the poop your dog left on the floor, or need their dustbin emptied. Some robot vacuums can already empty their bins into a larger bin (typically located on the charging stations), and now some of Roborock's products will have the same features.
Xiaomi has a reputation of offering great value across its vast product verticals, often without compromising on features (or quality, for that matter) — something you can also say about its first smart vacuum cleaner launched in India. The Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop P, as its name implies, is a versatile device that can do both sweeping and mopping, and spoiler alert: It’s pretty good at both. It’s got plenty of smart features to make your life a bit easier, but it goes without saying that you’ll have to make do with a few of its limitations as well, which may even turn out to be trivial based on how you plan on using the robot.
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The holidays are here, and the last thing you want to do is clean the house. Luckily, you can automate that chore with a bit of help from Roborock's next round of deals. For a limited time, you can snatch up the Roborock S6 Pure for $359.99 ($240 off) and the S4 Max for $319.99 ($110 off). Here's how to take advantage of these awesome discounts.
Robot vacuums are great, but if you have to empty them yourself, what's the point? Thankfully, some fancier models, like this here Roomba i7+, can take care of that for you. When it docks, it automatically disposes of the dirt it's collected in a canister in its charging base. It normally goes for about $800, but today, you can get one for $200 off.
It takes a special kind of person to enjoy vacuuming the house. For the rest of us, there are robots. Right now, Amazon is selling the Roomba E5 for just $249 — a solid $50 off its most recent price. If you're tired of cleaning your own carpets, this is a deal you won't want to let slip away.
Wyze has made a name for itself by selling smart home products at unusually-cheap prices, with varyingsuccess. The company started teasing a robot vacuum recently, and now the product is official. In typical Wyze fashion, it's also cheaper than most of its competitors.